Water Infrastructure Asset Management

Pennsylvania offers incentives to encourage the adoption of asset management including bonus priority ranking points and up to $25,000 for asset management planning through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority.

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MentorAPM Master Asset Libraries help utilities jump start their operations and maintenance (O&M) plans with catalogs of asset data like condition scores and asset strategies.

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Pennsylvania’s water comes from several river basins. The three largest are the Delaware, Susquehanna, and Ohio River Basins. The Delaware River Basin provides drinking water to 15 million people and contributes $25 billion annually in economic activity.

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State Asset Management

Opportunities and Obligations


  • Up to 5 priority ranking points can be assigned to systems with an active asset management plans.
  • Up to $25,000 is provided for asset management planning by the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority.
  • All drinking water loan applicants must answer asset management questions in the Capability Approval evaluations.


  • To receive a permit, all new CWSs are required to develop a business plan. All CWSs are required to develop an operations and maintenance (O&M) plan and prepare a system map to support the asset management.
  • AM questions are included in the Sanitary Survey.


  • Asset management training includes the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s (PA DEP) web-based training course and the Environmental Finance Center’s in-person workshop.
  • The Operator Outreach Assistance Program provides on-site training to develop asset management plans; shared during PA DEP inspections, technical conferences, consultations, and other means. A TMF self-assessment tool with multiple AM questions is available.
  • The Outreach Assistance Provider Program provides on-site operational services to to help water systems develop an asset management plan.


  • PA DEP plans to develop a list of all systems needing an asset management plan to target water systems for attending AM trainings and receive technical assistance.
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